Runamok Maple Syrup x WhistlePig Rye Whiskey: a fusion of handcrafted, artisan brands. The result: a unison of two of Vermont’s most celebrated producers and an delicious addition to Runamok Maple’s growing collection of barrel-aged, infused and smoked maple syrups.
The new bottling is Runamok Maple’s pure Vermont maple syrup that has been aged in the same Vermont oak barrels that WhistlePig uses for its award-winning rye whiskey.
In addition to lush maple flavor, the bottle aging in barrels delivers notes of toffee and rye spice—so good you can eat it from the spoon.
Barrel Aged Maple Syrups: In addition to the new WhistlePig syrup, there are Apple Brandy Barrel Aged, Bourbon Barrel Aged, Rum Barrel Aged, Whiskey Barrel Aged Maple Syrups.
Infused Maple Syrups: Cardamom Infused, Cinnamon + Vanilla Infused, Cocoa Bean Infused, Coffee Infused, Elderberry Infused, Ginger Root Infused, Hibiscus Infused, Jasmine Tea Infused, Makrut Lime Infused, Smoked Chili Pepper Infused and Strawberry Rose Infused.
More: There’s the Sugarmaker’s Cut Traditional Maple Syrup, Smoked With Pecan Wood Maple Syrup, plus limited editions and seasonal flavors, such as Holiday Spice Infused and Festivus Infused (in honor of the Costanza family).
Runamok is one of our favorites lines of maple syrup. They different varieties are as delightful in cocktails and on pancakes as they are as sauces and glazes.
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The WhistlePig collaboration also includes Barrel-Aged Maple Bitters, made with a base of WhistlePig’s 15-year-aged Estate Oak Rye and Runamok Maple’s organic maple syrup.
A special blend of herbs and spices is added to the base to create a beautiful version of bitters. Just a few drops will elevate a wide variety of cocktails.
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